Christian & Barton, Partner
Jonathan M. Joseph is a partner at the Richmond law firm of Christian & Barton LLP where he serves as the leader of the health care practice group. As a health lawyer, Mr. Joseph focuses his practice on digital health care matters including telehealth, electronic health record and data breach issues; health care transactions; managed care, and HIPAA compliance and investigations. He is an experienced health care industry attorney who assists clients with drafting physician contracts and reviewing of physician employment agreements. Jon also advises clients on private equity (PE) transactions; medical staff issues; Virginia Board of Medicine investigations and hearings and orders; Medicare and Virginia Medicaid (DMAS) Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) provider contracting and audit and appeal issues; and Virginia Department of Health Certificate of Need, in Virginia known as Certificate of Public Need (COPN), matters.
Jon is a member of the Virginia Bar Association Health Law Section Council, a past chair of the Health Law Section, and past chair of the Board of Governors of a Virginia nonprofit senior living community facility. He is a former adjunct professor of health law for the Master of Health Administration program at Virginia Commonwealth University, and an established author. Jon’s most recent publication is a 50-state survey of data breach notification laws, and he frequently lectures for national bar and health care organizations. He earned degrees from Boston University School of Law and Middlebury College.